What to Expect:
Commitment to Service
Facing foreclosure is never a positive experience. If you are like most of our clients, you have tried to contact your Lender and work with them to prevent a foreclosure. You have emailed, mailed and faxed them countless pieces of documentation only to find that they didn’t receive it or lost it all together. Now, they have put your loan into foreclosure and are planning on selling your home at auction.
Stop the madness. Our primary goal with each client is to IMMEDIATELY stop the foreclosure process. We examine all documents as it pertains to your loan and it’s Origination, the legal transfer of servicing, the securitization and the Lender’s legal right to accelerate the loan and foreclose. Often, we find mistakes that benefit our clients and gives us leverage in negotiations.
Our office understands how to approach the Lender and with whom to speak to ensure that the foreclosure process is stopped or delayed, allowing us time to prepare your case and present them with an alternative to foreclosure.
Know your rights! Contact us today and find out what options may be available to you.
Divorce and Family Law
Most clients who visit our offices to discuss their divorce or family law issue have never had to pursue any serious legal matter before, and they’re understandably filled with fear, anxiety and trepidation. With decades of experience in family law, we understand the needs of clients facing these sensitive issues
We provide concisely-expressed expert counsel to help you overcome those emotional obstacles as we develop the most sensible strategies for pursuing your legal objectives.
Our goal is to provide the best possible legal services to clients through attention to detail and a personalized approach to each and every case we handle.
Whether establishing child support for the first time, modifying a previous order, or attempting to enforce an order of child support – this issue can turn even the simplest cases into a bitter point of dispute between parents. Not only which parent will pay, but how much will the paying parent be required to pay. It can turn seemingly cooperative parents into believing this case is “all about the money” or that the money is not being spent properly on the support of the children. These are very real issues that require experienced legal representation or this issue can quickly spiral out of control.
Law Office of Marcus E. Stein, P.A.